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    Ukraine makes two high-profile detentions in corruption case
    Apr21

    Ukraine makes two high-profile detentions in corruption case

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian authorities detained a former lawmaker and the deputy chief of state energy firm Naftogaz in a case related to the embezzlement of $17.3 million through selling uranium concentrate at inflated prices, prosecutors and the anti-corruption bureau said on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Influential Ukrainian politician detained in graft probe
    Apr21

    Influential Ukrainian politician detained in graft probe

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    Exxon Mobil ‘seeks waiver’ from Russia sanctions
    Apr21

    Exxon Mobil ‘seeks waiver’ from Russia sanctions

    Description Former Exxon Mobil chief Rex Tillerson, who is now US Secretary of State Alt Text Rex Tillerson Oil giant wants to resume its oil exploration venture with Russia In Depth Friday, April 21, 2017 – 8:59am …read more Source: The...

    Belarus ready to continue to host talks on Ukraine
    Apr21

    Belarus ready to continue to host talks on Ukraine

    The president stated that the armed hostilities continue in Donbass. Not a single point of the Minsk Agreement has been implemented in full. …read more Source:...

    Russian court bans Jehovah’s Witnesses
    Apr20

    Russian court bans Jehovah’s Witnesses

    Russia’s supreme court ruled that Jehovah’s Witnesses was an “extremist” organization and ordered its headquarters near St. Petersburg to be shut down, Reuters reported Thursday. The court received the request to ban the group from the justice ministry, according to the AP. Russian news agency Interfax reported a justice ministry...

    UN court rejects Kyiv’s claims that Russia supports terrorists
    Apr20

    UN court rejects Kyiv’s claims that Russia supports terrorists

    A top UN court has rejected Kyiv’s claims that Moscow supports terrorists in occupied Crimea, but demanded Russia stop racial discrimination against Ukraine’s minorities. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Suspects detained in  Loulé stadium killing
    Apr20

    Suspects detained in Loulé stadium killing

    Police have detained two Ukrainian men suspected of klling a fellow homeless man near the Municipal Stadium in Loulé two weeks ago. In today’s statement, a Judicial Police spokesman said that the suspects, between late afternoon on April 5th and the morning of April 6th, “strangled and jumped on the body of a man, inflicting injuries...

    European Gymnastics Championships: Romanian qualifies for the men’s floor and vault finals
    Apr20

    European Gymnastics Championships: Romanian qualifies for the men’s floor and vault finals

    Romanian gymnast Marian Dragulescu qualified for the men’s floor and vault finals of the European Gymnastics Championships currently taking place at the Polyvalent Hall in Cluj-Napoca, central Romania. With a score of 14.666 (similar to Ukraine’s Igor Radivilov), Dragulescu ranked first in the vault qualifications. He also managed to...

    Loulé homeless man’s death “was murder”
    Apr20

    Loulé homeless man’s death “was murder”

    An autopsy into the death in a Loulé carpark of a homeless man from the Ukraine has discovered what police suspected all along: he was murdered, very possibly by the two friends who ‘discovered the body’ early on the morning of April 6 (click here). . The men told police at the time that they found their friend alive, and that he told them...

    Murniece: we will never recognize the unlawful annexation of Crimea
    Apr20

    Murniece: we will never recognize the unlawful annexation of Crimea

    Latvia strictly stands in favour of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and will continue providing practical support to the Ukrainian people, said Saeima speaker Inara Murniece and members of the parliament’s Human Rights and Public Affairs Committee on Wednesday, 19 April. …read more Source: Baltic News...

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